Starting out

The first post on the a new website always ends up needing to be revised. In that spirit I’m just going to use Siri to dictate the thoughts on my mind. I started building cars in 1995. The first engine I put ever together was for an MG B and probably made like 50 HP. Things quickly escalated as I discovered the beauty of the 350 Chevy. Long before the LS became king we had the venerable 350. It had a the same small packaging size, lots of torque, was easy to modify, and was reasonably affordable. I remember when the first LS swaps started happening. A lot of purists were very upset about it. The LS has reigned supreme for a long time, but paradigms have shifted.

We are in the era of electric drive units.